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North Wales. Compl.. by BleckCra   (Show all posts)
Hi Conor, I did Mt.. by scapania   (Show all posts)
Conor74
2013-08-22 07:37:45
Blackstairs Mountain or Mt. Leinster?
Will be in Wexford this weekend.

Will have a 2 hour window of opportunity to slip away and bag a summit. Sadly this won't leave me with enough time to do both. Presume Mt. Leinster is the more obvious one, county high, highest in range etc. On the other hand, there are some with those honours, like Knockboy in Cork, where I would tell someone to avoid cos its just a slog in a bog and pck a more attractive one nearby.

So, any recommendations?
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tomlug48 5 hours ago.
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ilenia 10 hours ago.
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Forum: General
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Forum: Suggestions
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Summit Comment
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Summit Comment
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